Breath Like Choking, Shortness Of Breath And Chest Like Squeezing?
It’s been a week in symptoms. Shortness of breath like choking is very similar if we choke the neck with hands, sometimes it makes the head a little dizzy. U003cbr u003e u003cbr u003eThe chest part is also like being pressed / squeezed (middle) but not sore. U003cbr u003e u003e u003e Taking breath if it is not forced it will be very short, normal / long breathing requires more effort. because as if stuck in the throat. u003cbr u003e u003cbr u003eNo Cough / very rare and no phlegm / mucus, no history of heartburn and chest heart / right do not feel pain and pain. u003cbr u003e u003cbr u003ePlease enlighten me, Thank you very much u003cbr u003e
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The existence of complaints of breath such as choking, shortness of breath or heavy breathing and chest like squeezing may be triggered by irritation of the esophagus or also called heart burn or feeling hot, shortness or uncomfortable breath. This heart burn is an irritation due to increased stomach acid production and rises toward the esophagus or food canal, resulting in mild inflammation and irritation in your food canal. Depression or shortness of breath can be felt, and usually accompanied by discomfort when swallowing food or when you drink.
In the presence of gastric disorders, indigestion can trigger this complaint; In addition, a history of consumption of spicy foods, foods that contain a lot of salt or flavoring, instant foods, oily foods or habits of late eating, drinking coffee, cigarettes or alcohol can also increase this risk.
In addition to heart burn, several other medical conditions can also provide complaints that are almost the same as you feel, such as:
1. chest muscle tension
2. pneumonia or lung infection
3. strep throat
4. heart disease
5. liver disorders
6. excess anxiety
To ascertain the cause of the complaint you are feeling, it is indeed necessary to have direct consultation and direct examination by your family doctor or your internal medicine doctor. The doctor will conduct interviews, physical examinations, and investigations needed, such as blood tests, radiology, or ultrasound. The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors to treat and handle this complaint.
For now, you should start evaluating your habits and activities that might trigger these complaints, such as physical fatigue, lack of sleep, stress, or foods that easily irritate your digestive tract. By evaluating the initial triggers of this complaint, you can avoid the risk of recurrence and prevent this complaint from bothering you. Get enough water and get enough rest if you look tired for a few days.
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